ldirectord with multiple networks
Jon.Hoffman at acs-inc.com
Wed Oct 11 20:46:44 BST 2006
One last question then, does anyone have any recommendations of any load
balancing software that can do load balancing over a wide area network with
out having to put software on the real servers.
I would basicly like to be able to put a load balancer in location X and
have it load balance servers in location Y. In the long term, we will
probably put the load balancer in location Y, but we need to get it working
in location X now without effecting the servers in location Y.
Thanks again for your help
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[mailto:lvs-users-bounces at LinuxVirtualServer.org]On Behalf Of Malcolm
Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2006 3:13 PM
To: LinuxVirtualServer.org users mailing list.
Subject: Re: ldirectord with multiple networks
Hoffman, Jon wrote:
> Is there a way to
> make the request appear to come from the 192.168.10.250 so the real server
> sends the request back to the ldirectord server rather then the client?
> just seems like there should be a way to do this.
Unfortunately the answer is no.
Packets can't be SNAT'd after being LVS'd, in my limited understanding
this is because LVS bypasses netfilter after it has grabbed the packets
from the INPUT chain
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